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.com. elizabeth loves to crochet. now she is turning it into a business. 2 -- $25,000 up for grabs. sherrie johnson sits down to learn more. >> reporter: 16-year-old elizabeth loves crocheting. she has turned it into a business, an opportunity taking her to new york. >> i feel proud of myself because most people, most young kids think that crocheting is for older people. >> reporter: elizabeth moved to the united states from africa when she was 11. she comes from a family of female entrepreneurs. she develop -- sells hats, scarfs and handbags. it encourages students to stay in school. students are required to develop and present business plans to a panel. there's hands-on training while connects math, reading and right -- wrighting -- writing. elizabeth has big plans for her business. >> i want to be able to help others. i want to open my own school in africa. so this opportunity will be the start-up. >> reporter: the program is opening doors for elizabeth and other students to have a bright future. sherrie johnson, abc2 news. >> elizabeth is one of 35 finalists heading to new york for the
in politics. that includes olympia snowe, barbara mikulski and elizabeth dole and why they haven't been considered as possible contenders for the presidency. this is just over an hour. >> thank all of you for coming out. it's great to have you back. great to have you here as new friends. let me start tonight and ask you, you focus in your book on nine women. how did you select those nine women? >> i think the best answer is we could have looked at more, but within the confines of the book you can only do so much. so we wanted diversity. we wanted democrats, republicans. we wanted different parts of the country. to some extent we wanted different ages. we knew on the basis of nine, you can't make generalizations that are 100% certain. we say as much in the book. our conclusions are hypotheses that other people might now run with, but in order to make even those kind of a hypotheses we needed a fairly diverse group. >> we also included women, yeah, there's a white house project that's been around a while, and they had eight in '08. so several other women that the white house project has i
mikulski and of elizabeth dole and why they have not been considered contenders for the presidency. this is just over an hour. >> thank you for coming out tonight. great to have you back. great to have you here as new friends. let me start tonight and ask you about your book on nine women. how did you select those nine women? >> the best answer is we could have looked at more, but within the confines of the vote you can only do so much but we want to diverse city. we want the democrats and republicans, two parts of the country, everyone of different ages. we knew on the basis of nine, make generalizations that are 100% certain and our collusions are hypotheses -- we needed a fairly diverse group. >> we also included women, the white house project in the election cycle -- a libya snow and kathleen sibelius were in there. we also wanted to consider this notion and several years ago, which last round of madame president, talking about looking at women governors. we wanted to look at women governors who have been through training as the pipeline. we also made the observation that when
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a conversation with elizabeth banks'. her latest project, the new film called "picture perfect." we are glad to have joined us. a conversation with actress elizabeth banks', coming up right now. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminating hunger and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your you. thank you. >> i am pleased to welcome elizabeth banks to this program. her latest project is a comedy called "picture perfect." here are some scenes. >> the bad boys have just gotten badder. world power. >> this is a list of all the songs we have ever performed. >> there is nothing from this century on here. >> our goal is to get to the finals. >> of bikini car wash is at of the question. >> i am so good at bikini car washes. down for cardio. >> what are you doing?
d'agata and elizabeth palmer. wyatt andrews on the romney tax plan. >> i will not under any circumstances raise taxes on middle-income families. >> pelley: do his numbers add up? that meningitis outbreak from tainted steroids may be just the beginning. now dr. jon lapook reports other drugs could be contaminated. and bob orr with the notes president kennedy wrote when the world faced nuclear war 50 years ago. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. for us today the most compelling story in the world involves a 14-year-old girl fighting for her life. she held up a light against the darkness of ignorance and now millions around the world are watching to see if she will die for her cause. malala yousafzai was taken today to a british hospital for treatment of a gunshot wound to the head. a week ago in pakistan a taliban gunman climbed aboard her school bus to assassinate her because of her long campaign to open schools to more girls in that country. we have two reports tonight. elizabeth palmer went to malala's home
with us this hour. we have barney frank later on this hour responding to the elizabeth warren/scot brown debate that happened in boston. that was a barn burner. but before that, i have to tell you we had a remarkable late in the game development in the presidential race today. it is october 1st. but what happened today is roughly the opposite of an october surprise, i guess? today the republican party announced that in five of the nine or so swing states in the presidential race this year, in the five states that you see marked with an x on this map, the republican party is stopping its voter registration efforts. the republican party has suddenly and totally as of october 1st given up on trying to register new voters in nevada, colorado, virginia, north carolina, and florida. each of those states is very much in play this year. and the republican party has announced that in these five key swing states, they are going to stop registering new voters. here are the voter registration deadlines for those states. typically what this would mean is between now and the last minute of the last ho
3 horas la fiscalÍa ins wro interrogÓ a elizabeth escalona la madre de 5 hijos cuando torturÓ a su hija pegÁndole sus manos a la pared con pegamento. (hablan en inglÉs) >>> la sfis fiscalÍa se impacie cuando escalona dice que no sabe por quÉ golpea a su hija. (hablan en inglÉs) >>> la fiscal erin le mostrÓ una fotografÍa tomada en el hospital de la vagina de su hija y le pidiÓ que contara los moretones que tenÍa. elizabeth rompiÓ en llanto y no pudo hacerlo. investigadores testificaron que elizabeth golpeÓ a su hija por hacerse en el baÑo en los c calzoncill calzoncillos, elizabeth dijo que deberÍa pagar por sus acciones en la cÁrcel pero tambiÉn le pidiÓ una segunda turnoportunid diciendo que no era un monstruo. >>> la fiscalÍa le dijo al juicio que los monstruos deberÍan para usted driudrirseÁ. desde dallas, jasmin tomÁs telemundo. >>> al regresar en el ciclista estadounidense, lance amstrong dijo que la agencia de dopaje de estados unidos que lo sa kus de acusa d el sistema de dopaje mÁs importante no lo afecta, esto fue hecho con testimonio de 26 personas i
winner. elizabeth stewart wrote to us about her devastating struggle with infertility. >> we'll meet everyone in just a moment but first let's listen to e elizabeth's beautiful letter. beautiful letter. >> would i ever know what it was like to hold a baby of my own? this was a question that weighed heavy on my mind for many years. it's just not the right time. you just need to relax. it will happen in god's time. these are just a few of the phrases that i hated to hear. most of the time coming from the mouth of someone that didn't understand struggles with infertility. working at a high school at the time where there were 13 pregnant students didn't make it any easier. finally, after six years of trying, we found out we were expecting twins. i can't even explain the excitement the following weeks brought. finding out that we were going to have one boy and one girl just made it that much more exciting. that excitement was replaced with absolute distraught at just 20 weeks gestation. our baby boy's membranes ruptured and there was nothing the doctors could do to save them. then i deliv
have two reports tonight. elizabeth palmer went to malala's hometown in pakistan. but we're going to begin with charlie d'agata in birmingham, england. charlie? >> reporter: doctors here are ast beginning to examine malala, scott, but they said ehis afternoon there's every reason to hope she will make what they called a decent recovery. but her treatment and rehabilitation could take months stlala was flown out of pakistan on monday in a specially- equipped air ambulance. she arrived this afternoon at a queen elizabeth hospital in birmingham, a state-of-the-art medical center that specializes t the treatment of serious haumas like head injuries and severe gunshot wounds. the hospital has treated thousands of injured soldiers from afghanistan. dr. dave rosser said that was part of the reason why malala was flown here. >> because we are the receiving hospital for the british battle casualties and have been for the last ten years. we do, unfortunately, have very rttensive experience in dealing with this sort of traumatic bullet-related injury. >> reporter: malala flew here without h
scott brown is trailing the democratic challenger elizabeth warren by six points. here's elaine quijano. >> the folks that i'm meeting day after day after day in this commonwealth, they're saying to me, "you go, girl. he voted against jobs and that affects me. he voted against extension of unemployment and that affects me. he voted against equal pay for equal work and that affects me." >> reporter: 63-year-old elizabeth warren is trying to take back the senate seat now held by republican scott brown. brown stunned democrats in 2010 by winning the office the late senator ted kennedy held for 46 years. >> good luck! >> reporter: the harvard law professor who's never run for political office designed the president's consumer financial protection bureau. she's cultivated a reputation as a wall street watchdog. >> i'm not a professional politician. i got in this race because working families and little businesses have been drawing the short end of the stick for far too long now. and washington is rigged to work for big oil, to work for wall street. >> reporter: there are a lot of people on w
recovering from her bone marrow transplant. great to have elizabeth vargas here. a lot to get to this morning. tagg romney getting very candid. telling us what he thinks about the president in that debate. as both candidates are making big appeals to women right now. all sorts of debate about romney's comment during the debate about searching through binders full of women, when he was staffing the massachusetts government. >> those binders. >> lots of commentary on both men in the debate and whether they got too personal. >> tagg romney did that last night. >>> and severe weather overnight. eight people were hurt in storms that were punching their way across the northeast. and reports of a possible five or the may does in the area. >> all that moves east. the forecast is really important. >>> also, take a look at this. take a look. it's -- it's what we call the freeze it tease. i don't want to build -- i don't want to raise the bar on "play of the day." but there's a chance, this could be -- freeze it. trust me when i say to you. freeze it. >> what's with all the dramatic arm gestures? >> aga
get ugly. and very entertaining. >>> the second debate between elizabeth warren and scott brown has just ended. there were a ton of fireworks. we will be life in massachusetts with the latest. and there was another big debate tonight. and you are going to see the coverage right here before anywhere else. democrat wayne powell just finished his debate with house majority leaderer rick can for. tonight, i'll talk to the man tried to unseat one of the biggest constructionist in congress. share your thoughts with us on facebook and on twitter. we're coming right back. [ male announcer ] if you had a dollar for every dollar car insurance companies say they'll save you by switching, you'd have like, a ton of dollars. but how are they saving you those dollars? a lot of companies might answer "um" or, "no comment." then there's esurance. born online, raised by technology, and majors in efficiency. so whatever they save, you save. hassle, time, paperwork, hair-tearing-out, and yes, especially dollars. esurance. insurance for the modern world. click or call. >>> welcome back to "the ed show."
on some zingers. this could get ugly. and very entertaining. >>> the second debate between elizabeth warren and scott brown has just ended. >>> and another big debate tonight. and you are going to see the coverage right here before anywhere else. democrat wayne powell just finishes debate with eric cantor. i'll talk to the man trying to unseat one of the biggest obstructionists in congress. share your thoughts with us on facebook and on twitter using the hash tag ed show. >>> welcome back to "the ed show." thanks for watching tonight. the presidential debate is just two days away in denver. here's chris christie talking about how incredibly well mitt romney is going to do. >> on wednesday night, mitt romney is going to be standing on the same stage as the president of the united states and i'm telling you come thursday morning, the entire narrative of the race is going to change. here's the great news for republicans. we have a candidate who is going to contrast what his view and what the president's record is. and this whole race will be turned upside down come thursday morning. ove
other big story for the style, the fight for the senate. elizabeth warren and scott brown face-off again. >> i'll tell you the right way to watch the debates. you're in "the cycle" for tuesday, october 2nd. >>> we're sizing up the candidates before tomorrow's fight night in denver. "the cycle's" ringside for all the action. the weigh-in is over, and now it's time to enter the ring. in one corner, president obama "no drama" obama and in the other governor williard mitt tens romney. both are keeps expectations low but both step into the ring with plenty of debate experience in the past five years. can either deliver a knockout punch without going below the bench? do we search body punches over job plans? will romney be over the ropes for taxes, bill obama be bum rushed for specifics. will jim lair send them to certain corners. after some debate of our own, we compiled our own list of what to watch. wasn't easy. here's a glimpse into the editorial brainstorm. >> the president has a double-edged sword being the president, because he's got a lot of command of detail, he understands
got lara back, elizabeth vargas is back. and what a big night coming up. crucial second debate. a little theater in the round at hofstra university. the president and mitt romney will be taking questions from uncommitted voters picked by the gallup organization. and moderator candy crowley will have follow-up questions on this. the president has done one town meeting this year. mitt romney has done 23 this year. >> mitt romney has had more practice on the debates because of the primary campaign. we'll get to all that this morning. and a big headline overnight from secretary of state hillary clinton. for the first time, coming forward and verbally taking responsibility for the deadly attack in libya. that killed the u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans. we'll hear from her in just a few moments. this has been a big political football on capitol hill. >> absolutely. >> and go game-on, people. we're inside for the audition of the male model for one of everybody's favorite game shows. "the price is right." for this guy, get ready to meet rob, everybody. >>> let's
as massachusetts republican incumbent senator scott brown met his democratic challenger, elizabeth warren, at the university of massachusetts in lowell. it was the second of four scheduled debates as a new poll from "the boston globe" shows 18% of massachusetts voters still undecided and with warren holding a lead. right out of the gate, moderator david gregory asked about the controversy around elizabeth warren's claim to native american heritage. >> i never used the information about our native american heritage to get any advantage, not to apply to college, not to apply to law school, and not to get hired for any job. i was listed in a directory as -- i listed myself as native american. i was listed there. it's part of who i am. >> do you consider yourself a minority? >> i consider myself as having a native american background. that's what i said. that's what i am. >> no one is questioning what her parents told her when she was younger or all the way through that time frame. but when she was asked by "the boston herald" why is harvard touting her as a woman of color, a minority, a woma
nos acompaña elizabeth pimentel asesora de educación fif universitaria, elizabeth cómo estas? >>> muchas gracias bien >>> elizabeth ¿cómo pueden contribuir los padres? >>> pueden contribuir simplemente dando educación o espacio para la educación en sus casas, fomentando la libertadec haciendo preguntas a sus hijos e hija, les sugiero que vayan mucho a las escuelas, porque están tomando cursos que te preparan para ir a la universidad, eso es muy, muy importante que los padres estén informados >>> elizabeth ¿qué tipo de ayuda financiera existe? >>> la más comuna es la (nombre en inglés) o la farsa, ellos aplican es gratis, todos los seniors en el mes de enero a marzo se le dan más becas y préstamos, pero está abierta todo el año y hay mucha becas para los cuales ellos pueden aplicar, van a sus escuelas, prpreparatoria, y a asesores, y darle otras instituciones que dan becas para nuestros estudiantes >>> existen recursos económicos para los estudiantes indocumentado que quieren ir a la universidad >>> sí, sí existen me acaban de dar la noticia que el artículo h
, they will be opening up a west coast flagship store in union square. cbs5 elizabeth cook is live in union square where they are getting ready for the grand opening. elizabeth? >> reporter: a professional shopper right there. there's literally dozens of people working inside, trying to get ready for the grand opening of the uni glow on friday morning. and now i'm not allowed to go beyond these barriers, but every once in a while you can get a little peak with the sea and in addition to all the sweaters and the jeans and all the basics that the store is bringing into the city, it is also bringing close to 500 jobs for you and some stiff competition at the stores on the streets here. >> reporter: the chances are you have seen the advertisements. >> and i have seen them like, you know, in every corner of the street. >> reporter: or the high- profile endorsement and wondered what is all the buzz? >> at first they were promoting sushi. >> reporter: no, not fish, fashion. and in just four days, this construction zone will be transformed into long lines, as thousands are anticipated to wait for hours for the
brown and elizabeth warren, debated for the second time last night. the two were combative as they staked out opposite positions on issues ranging from job creation to bringing home troops from afghanistan. nbc's david gregory of "meet the press" was the moderator, and they also clashed over brown's claim of partisan independence. >> if he is re-elected, that increases the odds that the republicans will control the senate and that he can block president obama's agenda. >> if you're going to comment on my record, i would at least have you refer to it -- >> can we -- >> excuse me, excuse me. >> go ahead, senator. >> excuse me, i'm not a student in your classroom. please let me respond. thank you. >> recent polls before the debate showed elizabeth warren with a small lead over scott brown. >>> and last night on "the rachel maddow show," congressman barney frank weighed in on the debate. he explained scott brown's stance and what he believes are inconsistencies in his campaign. >> here's a man who claims he's supportive of a woman's right to choose, who says he believes in lega
. elizabeth stump -- wait a minute. sorry. take it back. i don't see any speakers signed up for this. item g, consent calendar. is there a motion and a second? >> so moved. >> second. >> any items withdrawn or collected by the superintendent? any items removed for first reading by the board? any items severed by the board or superintendent for a discussion and vote tonight? commissioner mendoza. >>i would like to pull item k1 and k33 please. >> k1 and 33. >> roll call vote will take place under section zero, item h superintendent's proposal held for speaker cards and action tonight. none tonight. item i, board members proposal. none tonight. request with general matters and walking up to the podium is elizabeth stem. she's walking. >> okay. hi everyone. i am elizabeth stamp and the executive director of walk san francisco. that's the joke about me walking. i wanted to let you know that next wednesday -- many of you may, it's international walk to school day and i would like you all to participate. this year we have a record 55 schools and 8,000 kids signed up to walk into schoo
an outpouring of international and pakistan the support. she is being treated at the queen elizabeth hospital in birmingham. >> she leaves a military hospital after almost a week of emergency treatment. her destination, britain. this after then, she arrived at birmingham airport. the ambulance driving slowly through the streets to the queen elizabeth hospital. hear, a large number of doctors ought hand with years of experience treating british soldiers wounded in afghanistan. >> she will be assessed by range of specialists and a variety of other teams, which is clearly why she is coming here. >> she was well known for speaking out against the militant group. in particular, the campaign to stop girls going to school in her home region. she started writing a diary for the bbc three years ago when they controlled the valley. last week, the militants took their revenge, shooting her in the head. the attack has sparked angry demonstrations in pakistan. people here and around the world horrified that they are targeting such a young girl. >> there has been a wave of public revulsion in pakistan and
trouble for you. >> thank you. next speaker. >> richard fillman, elliott maggie, elizabeth -- >> good afternoon. my name is richard zelman and i own the property at the southwest corner of scott and fell. although our neighborhood will be substantially impacted by the loss of parking across the street the proposed bal bout at corner of scott and fell -- to many large multi-families from the corner of scott street going toward divisadero that are occupied by family and have no garages and thus the corner is used for neighborhood loading and unloading. the corner on scott street, quite frankly we are often obliged to park in front of the hydrant on the corner. we need to load and unload and there is no other reasonable option. to remove that space with a bal bout would be truly a disaster. i'm not just here asking you to remove the bal bout from our corner. i'm pleading with you, begging you to not to remove it. please, hear my plea. thank you. >> chairman nolan: thank you. next speaker. >> elease maggie, elizabeth stamp, peter wet. >> good afternoon. >> good afternoon. my name is eleas
track your bike once it's stolen? cbs 5 reporter elizabeth cook says it's possib >>> bike theft is a common problem in the bay area but what if we told you there's a way to track your bike once it's stolen? elizabeth cook says it's possible thanks to an app. >> reporter: if you plan on navigating the city on two wheels, don't get too attached. ever had your bike stolen? >> in san francisco, yes. a couple of times of. >> probably about four bikes over the last 12 years. >> reporter: according to sfpd, 603 bikes were reported stolen last year. >> there are probably 630 stolen since we started talking. >> reporter: the people at price anomics came up with a program who help victims track down their wheels. >> the only really effective way to get your bike back is to look for it and get it back. >> reporter: the site is aptly called the stolen bike finder. just enter in a description of your bike and it will send you an alert if a similar model is found for sale online. >> what they do is throw them in vans and ship them to seattle or l.a. and you don't know where it's going to be
plenty already. elizabeth factor and mallory factor rode a book. shadow bosses. rabin taxpayers blind." they say we are powerless. >> they are in government there in the military and national-secury. >> now people have the right to choose increasingly then share shrank but in governmentt is bigger than ever. >> because those of the private sector go out of business. now 41% are uonized. it has a very big effect that they feel government growth. john: they want bigger government. >> is easy the biggest scams perpetrated. money goes from the government to the union's board to the politicians and it is an amazing scam. >> and use day they are the true 1%. >> occupy wall street should have been in their headquarters. they may calf billion or another 1,325,000,000? it is astounding. >> talk about income equality tey make 10 times the amount. john: those offices are elegant. i tried to go inside the teachers union offices but they are beautiful. >> you say they support a shadow causes? >> do no media matters? >> it dedicates itself to killing off blocks -- fox news. the ational education as
>> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald >>> good afternoon, i'm elizabeth wenger in for michelle griego. >> hi, everybody. i'm frank mallicoat. >> that should end it. the giants have won the pennant. >> how about that. last night, game 7 drenching rain at at&t park. the giants storming their way back into the world series. against all odds the giants have won. it means big business in the bay area. cate caugiran has a look at the new merchandise. >> reporter: good afternoon. the giants win was big for the people. this morning i learned it's big business for the fans and for the city. >> reporter: mike smith and his team at graphics sportswear work overnight. >> it's great to see your shirt on it, fans and friends calling me. >> reporter: workers went into overdrive after the agendas won the pennant. the team's win translated into a business win for smith. >> normally we're done with christmas orders during october and usually now our presses aren't running. this has really helped us. >> reporter: fresh on the printing screens to the at&t dugout store. it opened ea
. >> reporter: 11 years ago elizabeth chimento noticed a strange residue outside. she lives outside the genon power plant and was the first to raise questions about its emissions. the current owners say publicly they're shuttering the plant because it's too expensive to keep running, but this group of elected officials and residents celebrating the power plant's demise point to elizabeth -- >> you have to keep tabs on everything. >> reporter: and paul hertel. they're curiosity grew into activism. they educated themselves about coal-fired plants and emissions and then commissioned three studies. one of the most important studies the two commissioned was from a local scientists who disproved what the company was saying about something called downwash. instead of pollutant particles going up into the atmosphere the scientists found they were actually coming down into the neighborhood. >> it proved that more than 1,200 hours a year this plant was emitting sulfur dioxide beyond the national standards. >> reporter: the downwash was due in part to the short stacks required because the plant is in
, rick reichmuth live in the fox extreme weather center. no joke today. elizabeth is in kill devil hills, north carolina, already being battered. first to rick with the latest on hurricane sandy's path. >> the storm is strengthening, which is hard to believe. we have cloud cover from canada to ohio. still down to south carolina and the center of the storm is way out here in the atlantic still yet and the pressure continues to drop. that indicates a strengthening storm and that's what we expect to see. the rain will continue to fall across the airline in a coastline but spreading north so we have rain in philadelphia. and it will be towards new york city. we're 36 hours from the main event. i want to show you -- i put the two most reliable computer models on top of each other. where you see the rings, those are rings of consistent pressure and means windy conditions. through time, it starts to split a little bit. by dinnertime tonight but the track is the same, just the timing is different. 5:00 p.m. tomorrow, one of the models shows a center of landfall here in central new jersey. the ne
that lost many of its own on 9/11 and faced with a fresh assault last night. "20/20"co-anchor elizabeth vargas made her way to breezy point today. >> reporter: engulfed not only by wind and rain by hurricane sandy but something unexpected, fire. they say dozens, up to 100 homes have been decimated and left in a rubble that is still smoking even today as we walk through it. today, a stunned beachfront communive firemen and policemen and blue collar workers took stock of what was gone. not a single thing you can save. >> nothing i could identify except the kitchen tile and bathroom tile. that's about it. >> reporter: while the cause is unknown there is no question the fire was ferocious. the flames were fed by hurricane-force winds. hydrants with submerged. fire engines stranded helplessly blocks away by rising floodwaters. >> it's like the apocalypse. >> reporter: abc producers were caught there with so many others. they phoned in overnight to "nightline." >> i'm in a communive 4200 homes out here, this is a community that lost the most people during 9/11. firefighters and cops and durin
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